Hiking Near the Dead Sea: Lower Nahal Og

Lower Nahal Og (or Wadi Og, if you prefer) is a beautiful, 4-km circular hike in the Dead Sea area, that also involves climbing up three waterfalls.┬áIt is a perfect trail for families or hikers looking for a nice, interesting trail, that has some moderate-level challenges along it and lasts about 3 hours. – I … Read more

A Beautiful Hike in Upper Nahal Darga – Dead Sea Area

Nahal Darga, also known as Wadi Murabba’at, is one of the most outstanding wadis making their way to the Dead Sea. If you’re looking for a beautiful and challenging hike that will take at least three hours of your day, Nahal Darga is without a doubt a good option. I hiked in Nahal Darga for … Read more

A Walk Through Ancient Caesarea

Caesarea is one of the top sites in Israel and is worth the entrance fee if you’re interested in archeology and ancient architecture. I’ve visited Caesarea many times in my life. In Caesarea you can enjoy the beautiful sea, the wonderful sun, the excellent ice cream and of course, the outstanding archeological findings. When coming … Read more

Hiking Around Eilat – Beautiful Red Canyon

The Red Canyon

Planning to visit Eilat and wondering if there’s anything to do around the city? This post may interest you… About a week ago, during Sukkot, my family and I asked ourselves where should we go. It was a holiday, my young brother didn’t have school, my Dad had a break from work and we had … Read more

Apollonia National Park: Archeology Along the Coast

The Beautiful Flowers of Apollonia

(and how to pay less to get in) Israel is full of nature, history, and archeology. Within only 470 km of length and 135 km of width, you can find 70 magnificent nature reserves and national parks. One of those parks is Apollonia National Park, located along the seashore, near Herzliya, on a very impressive … Read more

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